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Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
John C., U.S. surgeon, 1858-1910. See: Munro point.

Mun·ro

(mŭn-rō'),
William J., Australian dermatologist, 1863-1908. See: Munro abscess, Munro microabscess.
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The first person to climb all of the mountains on Munro's list is believed to be the Rev A E Robertson in 1901.
Ben's Munro quest began the day after his sixth birthday, when he climbed the central Highland trio of Beinn na Lap, Chno Dearg and Stob Coire Sgriodain.
I could do 10 in one day, I could do three in one day, it's going to be really weather specific and also I have to travel in between the groups of munros.
He said of his 'Challenge 8,000': "Many people try to bag the Munros, the 277 - or more - mountains over 3,000ft in Scotland.
Jillian Oppenheimer, Munros' Luck from Scotland to Keera, Weebollabolla, Boombah and Ross Roy, Walcha, Ohio Productions, 1998; ISBN 0 95857510 X; vi+179 pages; hardback.
On a trip across the United States and through New Brunswick and the Gaspe to visit Munro relatives, the Munros collected the remains and William Johnson began his long ride home to Morrisburg, Ontario by RV -- an improbable means of transportation for a life ending in 1820.
He said: "It's a great feeling, but I've got to admit - as I approached the summit - it was with mixed emotions because this journey to do all the Munros has taken up a lot of my life.
From the east, they neatly fall into sets of four, four and two Munros. The middle four are known as The Ring of Steall.